Soldiers For Wildlife will be partnering with Dyas K9 to create a canine unit to work alongside our team. This team will be integrated for both daily patrols and a quick reaction force in the events of security breaches. Dyas K9 and Soldiers For Wildlife share very similar values and are extremely excited to be moving forward.
SPONSOR A K-9
By sponsoring a K-9, you will be providing one of our two dogs with their veterinarian bills, every day training costs, gear, and food bills all the way to deployment which will be in the third quarter of 2021. The skillset and training of these dogs doesn’t come cheap. They are carefully selected and trained specifically for this purpose every single day.
We would be humbled to sign on sponsors to help us move forward with this initiative.
We will be collaborating with the Dyas K9 Team to gain the support we need to assist us in funding. In the meantime, this is what Soldiers for Wildlife is prepared to offer in exchange for your gracious donations.
All monthly sponsors will receive regular email updates including photos and videos of the puppies and their journeys.
Dyas K9 is a Utah based organization focused on providing both highly trained dogs and specialized ranger training exclusively for the development of anti-poaching canine units. They provide a variety of services; from high end working dogs, raised for LE and military applications, to one-on-one basic or advanced obedience training with dogs our clients already own.
Our training focuses on the relationship between dog and handler. In order to get the best out of our dogs work to strengthen the bond between man and dog that has been forged over thousands of years.
YOUR GIFT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE.
Today, the enemies we are up against are highly trained, dangerous, and often desperate. They continue to infiltrate vulnerable lands, killing both rhinos and elephants for their valuable horns and tusks. These animals are on the true brink of extinction, but it is the local rangers who YOU are supporting on the ground in southern Africa that are doing everything possible to give them hope for survival. Thank you.